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contribution to a 401(k) account, even early medicare, that such a person would not be in violation of the law if he accepted such a benefit for giving an organ so that a stranger could live. >> bonnie: under her donation incentive program, dr. satel's donors would earn financial benefits from their governments. first, they'd be screened to make sure they're in good physical and emotional health. then, there would be a waiting period prior to the donation, and donors would be guaranteed follow-up medical care. >> of all the people involved in the transplantation process, the donor is the only one who takes a risk a gives a thing of value, and gets nothing in return. i'm not talking about a traditional free market at all, where people make independent contracts. we are talking about a regulated system through the government. as i mentioned before, we already have a very good infrastructure established for individuals who want to donate freely to a stranger. here, they would use the exact same procedure, except that they would get a benefit. >> bonnie: there are more than 105,000 people
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